VIDEO ALERT: Sean Focus – Yaunolavhar

Young London based artist Sean Focus just released a video for his tune Yaunolavhar. The song has got a Southern Afrobeats urban feel and of course in typical southern style, it’s quite melodious and reggaeish.

In the video, the singer/rapper appears struck by a hottie (presumably out of his league, he admits) that he meets on the street. He makes very persistent efforts in an attempt to impress the empress but his geeky persona utterly harms his chances of succeeding in the end. However, he says there is going to be a sequel to the song and video, so the questions to ask here are, will he get the girl of his dreams next time around?, or will his geeky appearance and persistent approach cost him again? Watch this space for further details. In the meantime, watch the simple but realistic Yaunolavhar video below (Directed by Gersham.K.Frith )

Artist Profile:

Sean Focus was born in Harare, Zimbabwe (and moved to Malawi in 2006-2011). He then relocated to Ireland around 2012. Artistically, he majors in Afro-fusion music he has worked as a member of Malawian group, Team Gypsy. He moved to Ireland in 2012 where he went on to perform at a couple of shows before touring England with Sony Africa Mega star, Nox Guni(from Zimbabwe) twice in the same year.

He was recognized by Dodient studios in London,December 2012, where he was employed as a sound engineer. Since then he has been doing sound engineering for known names all over the UK, including working with Ellie Golding’s team in 2013. Sean Focus has been nominated for Best Dancehall artist compilation in Zimbabwe alongside the likes of Winky D, Freeman and Jay-C to name a few.

Seanfocus is C.E.O of up and coming music group, IMVAIZE which comprises of producers,artists,songwriters and engineers. UK based, Malawian producer and songwriter, Metamore is also part of the growing IMVAIZE.

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  • Andrew

    Nice one Sean!!! Kip bringing p mo ..

    • Keep supporting you artists. Respect.

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